Moving from LA to nowhere Minnesota, 16-year-old Katla Leblanc expected the local fashion scene to be frozen in time. What she didn’t expect was induction into the Icelandic Stork Society, an ancient order of women charged with a unique mystical duty. Not only is Katla the youngest member, but Hulda, the society’s omen-guided leader, immediately bestows the coveted Second Chair on her - a decision that ruffles a few feathers.
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After the drama of discovering that she’s a member of the Storks, an ancient order of women endowed with mystical abilities, Katla Leblanc is finally settling in to life in chilly Minnesota. The ex–California girl even hopes for a white Christmas. So when the snow starts to fall on a romantic sleigh ride with her boyfriend, Jack, it seems like the perfect present. However, before she knows it, Katla’s wintry wish spirals out of control, turning into the snowstorm of the century. The unusual weather draws unexpected attention. Scientist Brigid Fonnkona is far too interested in Jack....
This is so original. It is well laid out. I hope this becomes a movie.
Having barely survived an 11th grade of adventures rivaling any mythological tale, Katla Leblanc is hoping for an ordinary senior year. But when two Icelandic exchange students turn up at Norse Falls High - Marik, a merman-in-disguise, and Jinky, a rune-reading shaman-in-training - an uneventful school year seems out of the question. Not only has Katla enraged the Snow Queen by rescuing her boyfriend, Jack, she was tricked into promising her frail newborn sister, Leira, to the Water Queen.